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How a nanowetworkshop works?

Starting from chemical precursors, a colloidal synthesis enables you to obtain nanoparticles. After characterization, they are either directly integrated in a matrix, or chemically processed (functionalization, encapsulation) in order to insert them in the matrix. A disaggregation and then dispersion of nanopowders in liquid route can also lead to a "nano" colloid. In each phase of activity: Transport, Processing, Maintenance, Storage, and Management of solid and liquid wastes, the particle propensity to disperse will be specific.


Disaggregated non dispersive nanoclay in liquid process.


Dispersal in a viscous solvent under mechanical excitement of fluorescent nanoparticles.

The disintegration operations separate in a lasting manner the nanoparticle grains that have agglomerated in the dry phase, to obtain stable colloidal suspensions. In this way we can, for example, produce controlled nanoparticle assemblies, or improve the homogeneity of their dispersion in the incorporation matrix.

Moreover, these nanoparticles are then in a confined environment (organic or aqueous solvent), which limits the inhalation risks.